Alison interview on the Gary Owden Show podcast

From the podcast’s site:

A Healthy Home program in Randolph County is assisting senior citizens right where they live. Many Weirich, Healthy Home Project Manager, and Madalyn Humphrey, Americorps/Vista Health Worker explained that their interaction with seniors might include exercise, nutrition and even a little taste of Broadway. Next, we spoke with Alison Bushman, a West Virginia Wesleyan College grad, who along with her twin daughters founded a non-profit in Cincinnati called Bake Me Home. Their love of baking as a family has turned into a cookie enterprise that reaches out to thousands of people in need in their community, as well as veterans and soldiers stationed overseas. And we concluded our Friday show with even more cookies. It’s the start of the Black Diamond Girl Scouts Annual Cookie Sale, and we got the details from Member Experience Manager Shannan Davis along with 4th-grader and girl scout Breanna Cutright.

Listen here. Alison’s portion of the show begins at 9:23.